top of page
Frequently Asked Questions
When is camp offered?
We offer Summer Camp from early June through August, a two-week Holiday Camp at the end of December, and a two week Spring Break Camp in March/April. Some locations offer School Break camps to coincide with local school vacations. Check out our Camp Page for more dates and information!
How do I sign up my child for camp?
Camp sign-up can be done online, in-person, or over the phone at Monarchs. Enrollment for Camp is open on a day-by-day basis, and there is no minimum for enrollment for Main Gym and Kinder Camps. Reservations are required for Parkour, Specialty & Intensive camps. You can select the days and choose half or full days to Make-Your-Own perfect camp schedule.
What is the refund policy for camp?
Students are entitled to a full refund, less the days already attended.
What does my child need to bring to camp?
• Gymnastics Camp: Your child should come to camp in clothes she/he can move in and a lunch + drinks. That's All!
• Kinder Camp: Your child should come to camp in clothes she/he can move in along with a lunch, light snack and drinks. If there is a possibility that your child might have an accident, please bring a clean change of clothes. Please err on the side of caution and pack a spare! That's All!
• Parkour Camp: Your child should come in clothes she/he can move in and wear a pair of sole supportive shoes. They can bring a small lunch or snack and drinks. That's All!
• Specialty & Intensive Camp: Your child should come in clothes she/he can move in and wear a pair of sole supportive shoes. They can bring a small lunch or snack and drinks. That's All!
What can I pack my child for lunch?
Please pack a non-refrigerated lunch with a small snack and drink for your child.
What if my child is sick? Can I take a make-up?
If your child is sick please do not bring them to camp, you can call your location and reschedule to a different day.
Can I take a trial camp day?
We do not offer trial classes for camp. Take a chance and sign up!
What are the prerequisites for Camp?
Anyone is welcome to come! If your child is between 3-5yrs old and has not been
separated from you for extensive periods, we recommend staying in the viewing area while they acclimate, trying a half day camp, and staying close by in the area if you do a drop-off.
Does my child have to be potty-trained?
Yes! Your child DOES have to be potty-trained in order to attend camp.
What is extended day camp?
Extended day camp provides a opportunity for parents to extend their child's camp day. During this time, children will continue their camp activities. Extended day options vary by location and by program - please check with your location for specific offerings!
Will my weekly class be held while Camp is in session?
Yes! Our class schedule is independent of our camp offerings. Please check our calendar for details about both.
What is the camp ratio?
We keep groups small and adhere to a 12:1 ratio for school age kids and 10:1 for Kinder age kids.
Who are the instructors?
Our camp crew is Background checked, First Aid Certified, Concussion Certified, EpiPen and Allergy Trained and Instructor Certified to teach our camp skills and curriculum.
If you have any additional questions, please reach out to us using the information below!
bottom of page